Nowadays, many large companies are publicly reporting sustainability information regarding their operations and supply chain. This often includes economic, social and environmental information. In their sustainability reporting, many companies claim that they are actively managing their economic, social and environmental performance, collectively called “sustainability performance.”
But how exactly are the companies measuring and managing their sustainability performance? What tools are they using? These are some of the questions HEC Assistant Professor Nathalie Crutzen
aims to find out in her ongoing research, which she presented on May 23rd as part of the Responsible Business Speaker Series at the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business
, Schulich School of Business, York University.